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Edward B. Smith Go
Bankers
Member* New York and Philadelphia
Slock Exc'cco;:*
I Investment
Bonds and Stocks
rhn&dc-VKia New York
1 Cr.^ifl * Chestnut Sts. "' Ma« Street
HENRY CLEWS & CO.,
BAXKS-RS.
-.1. 'S. :5. 17 ANT" 19 BROAD ST.
MEMBERS V Y. STOCK EXCHANGE.
IKHKS and BONUS bought .ir.<3 a»M for In
vestors or Curried on liberal terms.
Banking Aroonnt« received mil.'wt to check
«t sicht. iMaanat paid 1 ■ daily balances.
-NVESTXIENT SECURITIES.
LETTERS of CREHIT
■■■Bad Available th« Torld ovr-r.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.
Centra! Trust Co.
Lawyers Title ins. & Trust Co.
Columbia Trust Co.
CLINTON GILBERT.
2 Wall St.
" FOR SALE
l#a Atlmm Portland Cement Com.
I.V» Bordens < «-iid*n«-d Milk torn.
2WI Bahrock A 'Wllcox
50 Safety Cur HcaUnjr £ Ujrhtlnir
100 Srn Sen Chiclet
100 Iriiii (The) Company
FHEDERfO X, HATCH & 00.
New York Boston
FOR SALE
Inion Typewriter Ist Pfd.
2nd Pfd. and Common.
Hallowell & Henry
Bread— 4 w. B Baavar St.. K. x. C
1852 1910
Jas. B. Colgate & Co.
m "Wall St.. New York
MEMBERS I>VESTMi:-VT
•C. V. STOCK EX. BOM>^
UNION TYPEWRITER 00. STOCK
\VM. WII I MFRKiIL.
Room 41!». IVodu«e Fxrliangf.
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
< dirac-. Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. Co.
42 Broa^way. New York. July 7th. 1910.
Notice Is hereby Riven that there.has been de
riarod a dlvld.-nd of three dollars d nd Otty conts
rer share on in* prfforrtd stock, and a dividend
< ' thre» dollars end fifty cents per share on the
r-ommon stock of the company, to stookhoUier* of
... 3 o'clock, on tb* ISth <iay of August
next payable Secnember Ist. at th«- Bee of the
company, in the City of Xnr York.
ROSVin I.'. MILLER.
Chairman of t»-i«» I'.oaT.i.
MEETINGS.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE a ST. PAUL
RAILWAY COMPANY.
The nr.r.ual n.eetinß of the stockholders 01
tins Company for th" election of Director
and for transaciion of any other business of
the Company will le held at -.he ofilce of th«
Oimpany. in" thf- City of Sillwatlkee. at tw^lv
oVlork ii.»on Saturcuy, Sep*.<>»iber ■-■■ i«w-
The .'-■... will b*- closed on Thurs
day, the ISir: of AiuruFt. and reopcr.efi on the
day of S^ptemt-er •■■>■■
BOSWELX ■ . LER,
.lulv <sth. lnio. Chairman of the Board.
ADV nUTI ? EM EN TS AND ST'BSCniPTIONS
for The Trtbun« received at ih-ir fptown
Olßce. No. 1364 Broadway, between "Gth and
::7-.h «ts.. until 8 o'clock P. m. Adv. rtiscinents
r<KP iv.<i at the follov.irnr branch offices at rec
ii'.ar ot;!cc rai^s until S o'clock p. m., viz-: 261
*• h avf., f. *:. cor. 2Ud Bt.; '„ ". •« 6th avc, cor.
lMh st.; Mll'Eurt 14th pi.: -."7 W-n 42d Ft..
bettppro TTh and SUi av<«.; 363 West 12.".th <=t. ;
-!<rtr. 3d av-.- IC2« 3d ■»*-. near fils* st.; 1708
15, nvc. !i«"3' B*th St.. i."7 East l^.'.th st.: -:,:
TjvokiM avt. ; »"'• 3d ay., and any American
District Telegraph OfTic<*.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MOXET MARKET.— -Money <->n call opened
nt 3'; p»r c»nt: highest. 2 per rent: lowest.
I"; per cent: closing; 2 per at: ruling
rate. I*4 l' f " r r<j nt Time money was un
cbansed. Kntt-.-. 3Us3>3 per o»-iii for sixty
«i«y.---. "^^^ p<?r cent for nint-ty days. 44 I<(s1 < ( 54 1-21 -2
per cent for 1 ■■••-. l\ per cent
for five months. SSSU per cent for six and
Beven months. Mercantfle ipei continues
dull, owing: to the lark of demand. Rates
were s^>@s3t per cent for sixty to ninety
days* indorsed hills receivable. e > per
... for cnoice f<mr to six ••■•-•:•
na:nes= and P~ per oem tor others
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.— foreign ex
change rnarke; opened steady, wltl table?
quote •■•--■ demand Fterling at
4.?5«i4.^ 1 » and sixty-day bills at 4.r>S'a4.S3 1 - = .
Short francs were quoted at r..i? = - and short
r<-!chsniarks at 7 -». The market became
firmer around noon, advancing 10 to la
points from the opening. Cables ■■■. ■re
<3i-ot«vj :,t L8355€».5G0.-, demand sterling at
4 «3OC'^4.?CK. and sixty-day bills at *-53%-
FiiOit francs were 5.19% • ;u ' a 1-32 and short
roichFrnarks 54 7 -s plus i--^ 1
Bankers' posted ra!'rs v.ere:
Pixty days. Otrnar;.'!.
P"- -r •■« ;-'; -' "
<senßan.r. re>«*«narfe« "w" w *£* r ,v ?
J'arls. francs •,' - - - :„-'
B*l« re francs -j "' " Vi«i
Pmiti*rland. franc? ' r »* o '. »
r ■ .- . Bullfiers »" 4O *
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE!. — Boston. 5c
discount; Ch'.capo. par: Ban Francisco.
rtSit T"~?c permium. telei^apb We premium;
ye» Orleans, commercial par and 2ac dis
count, bank r. jvrrr.ium: Charleston, buy
toS par. selling 1-lOc premium: Bt. I^ouis.
2Sc premium bid. ST.c premium asked;
slinneapoli«. 6" premium; Savannah, buy-
Jn^ 3-l«c discount, r-elline: par.
BANK CLEARINGS. -New York, ex
<-hanges ?1f1.^.111. balances tS.SBO.3T9;^Bos
lon exchanges Q9.539.T83. balances P.068.
4?t Baltimore, exchanges $4.vl*. 380. bal
ances $453.2«: Chicago. •• banget 4 - ■■'■■>■-
pr:. balances $4,603,42:..
SILVER MARKET.— Commercial bar sli
ver. 53'ic: Mexican silver dollars. He. Bar
t-llver In London closed at 24 s *.
GOLD PREMIUM.— In Madrid. 7.55: Lis
t-on, '.
MEXICAN EXCHANGE. — Mexican ex
change on New York Is quoted .-.' Z.Oi'r-
AMERICAN" TELEPHONE A- TELE
GRAPH.
AiriTican Telephone and T«le*iapl Com
pajj and associated holding and op^-ratine
companies, not including connected in*!**
jxTidfnt or Bub-Hoen»«S cotnpante* rt-port
<r.r month of June and si* month* ended
j an f. '. ■. :?io, -n-ltri all duplication?, includ
»',- Interest, dividends arid other payments
in the Am<sri<-an Telephone ana Telegraph
Company exclufled, coxn^are as follows:
1930 IJKJ9. Increase.
Cwt.-arTiirjt-.r-n> < . J12.2-9.r.'.-l $1,513,274
>.xr s-nd • ■ -•> .',.2>t2.-^2l 4. '■- -■■ 4i2.3-'l
Balanc* |8.«» MS s: :•■ ■■'-' 51.<M0.5C3
Hsdnt. *. dnjr»-c 4.60.34" ! 854.0 M 629.163
Net eArrJr.E^- *3/937.1i*5 $3,725,408 $211.7P0
•merest . 954,<»1 T97.90 156.C92
<«jrp3r.s ... ?-■:■- 9K $2.a27.497 IS.OM
Cr^t" «™lnirK!.J. k-».Ci4.fi:4k -».Ci4.fi:4 J72.112002 5- .-. ' --
j;>:p. s-n^ t*j.«-Ji. 2*.541>.03« 27.3'):. S3 2.»W7.»54S
Tui enr * • .-•■■-?-•.■' <» • jr.,^74>7:»
ZS&izit. £:£*i>7*u 9C.4«e :•<: a ■ v ' "77 I*7 use
»t .-•»--_■; j:-. .-: 122.72* ■-. >: ■■: ■'
lr.:-.r~T~. . 5.r»Vi.33.'< 6.it>4.903 •2*,572
c-— . .. ?;f 7rn.4;s ?:7.i44.'0i7 $1.Z~6,*3\
DirMegaa .. 12.»;i>-.020 I1.«»S,1S8 < % .19.5-18
eur?:a» >• • .■_ r •.• B2i fDM.693
•Deer en sr
' : '• ■ •• - ■ ■ : •■ • !s.fiaa reserve
r •-■.•- -■ - • • . • . -.. . <
■ ■ . . . . . .
BOSTON STOCKS.
.'Varalsh'-C by I:. J-. Hay At Co.". No. »7 vv v 'ill
a
July rW.Ai.*. !. ■ July SS Awe 1.
71<*t & iUb.222 *2?I%]CbJ fc T!«H::a . ::. ;••»,
3i*~rn E1.. .123 vi:::< lOotwaila! ■■' l ■ 33
rtichb'sr ».M2T» 125 •<;..]> I ._■■■,•- c.2
KVNH*H,I.'.O 3V"»li»lrrttn!:!!n M.. 'J i. 1"
O'J Colony. •151 idraabjr M... — 82 "4
V. KSt l'.y. *7"-4 ■' 'Mass Con M. « : i B%
*o prrf..*.3OO !«0 [Mohawk SI.. •«•» 44 ! i
I/os- El Cos l*% K'i »« Butt* ITU 23
<o i)rff... 7 ■< ■■' i'tsreola 1!...«;<: l -••'•
Am • earn. 4 4 - '-- Old I>om M. . S3 1 .; 33*4
Ao r-rft... WM l-« : - Parrot .'•' .. 13 IS
>!n T & . l^rV ISO iQ'ilnry 1t.... 7>7 > 70
»,• : r :.;r T..*J.IJ •JSo%iTen»mcJc M. EM '■:
Wrt V£-T US ZZ |TFolv«Tte« M.MO -„,,,
Vr>jt <hn<- ■■ mv <- t -i ; i:' S J-'mH'iTP at **%
'o>. V*'- - ■-'.:■ ! ' Uf Brct -"^ " :i/ +
ArMJ'ar. M. «1« 1 . 3*ll TJ SOU :-i ."-I't
AUmtxaCU.-, 5H s«iJMw>» Oaji.-rrTOH 73
EhBSIKUI V. PU *" ! ii -if 7>ret W: W»
Un- p-l!t.-..tC !'-'G ■...:..•.
■lAafcsa. •
STOCK PRICES CLOSE AT LOSSES AFTER EARLY STRENGTH
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 1910.
Sh'ra; - i . I Actual Sales. I Closing. |Sh'rßj Net | r~A^t^rSaiesr"T^'.'ffP^ '
sg],l. ytico i i Op-! HLlLowlFlnljßid.lAsk sold. Ichgo) | Op.[ Hi.|LowlFinl[Bld. ASK |
" -,., i ]AUte-Chalmere Company... s ; g i s : 87TT7% SU ' 4001-—. % International Harvester.... «Stf mi > , 7 ! " ol! jl l\)f »
100] iAllis-Chalmors Co. Pr ..'.... J2S '2S 28 28 i25 128 700 —'» Int. Steam Pump 33 i33 3|Jil 3g4 M■ «
15,210;- 7 , Amalgamated Copper 6t : 61% GO% 60%! 60?b| 60V4 200— H [lowa Central ! 16% M f 16% 16** »: "
No -r^ i American A^r. Chemical.. 40 140 40 10 3™« 40V6 lOOj—l% Kansas C3ty Southern Zoft ffi% S'*| 2aVi £/i fi
7001- '.. | American Beet Sugar 2SVi 2SU 28 j2B 1 27^ 2Sl 4 MO— l^ Kansas City Southern pr 60 tiO 5? o9 ; 68% u»*
GOop% American Can g X*: 3% 7%* 7% 125+1 Ladede Gas I* .JgWilJiliulil* ilrt
980 r- ; American Can pr 63 65 I « « 65U. 66 70f.- Louisville & Nashville 130 »^13414184UM4 134%
!.«•"• a; iAmericHn Car * .Foundry.. 44 :44 - 43& 4SVi] «3^41 43% 800— \ Minn. & St. Loub? :34 2oi« ** ,2^,5? «>
40.V- >.* American Cotton Oil "... 64 54 63$ 53% 53 54 400: +', It, Bt. P. &S.S. M 122 122 21 J4 122 121 122
BOO' 4 American Hide * ly^a. pr. 25 IS% 25 "128 ■ 24% 26 4,400;-l' 4 Mo., Kansas & Texas 30^ 30% 1 29% 29% 29* gW
300 " Americajn Ire Securities.... IS**! 18 3 I USV.I 18^ ltd 18% 200— 1H Mo.. Kansas & Texas pr... 59% 5»% fi9««, W4 M '^
I 100 ♦ American Unseed :12 12 12 12' 11% 12 B»- Missouri Pacific :.. »< BO 49 : 49V* « 4^S,
-„ _^ American Locomotive 3sd 33^133 :33 i 32% 33% 6001+% National Lead J «V* «V» 4^: «Vi «J? «
300] _ American locomotive pr.. 105 105 105 105 105 2,300! National of Mexico 24 pr.. 27^ 28% Z7% a i ;«?! iq
! » American Malt | 4\ i% i% 4% 4% , 5 8001— H Nevada Con. Copper jl9 IS » 19 w»| »
! !«•_«{, 'American Malt pr , 30% SOVi 30% 30% 30 ISI loOj-IV, New York Air Brake 63 M «9 L2L lflfiit JP*
9.900&? American Smelt fnjr I 64% 65 63% 63% 63 ; 63«, 4.000-^l% New York Central. ........ 109 100^ lOh ,K>m. 4; 10* I; Kg
H»>s American Steel Foundry... 43 434 43 43% 43% 44 200|- »4 New York Ont & West... 39 39 38% 38% |SU 39
l.j.it} 1 — 7 i, American Tel. & Tel bo% 130^ 12?% 130 1»% 130% 800P- >- 4 ( Norfolk & Western 93% 94 93V« 93% L»- 113%
Vo| •»* American Woolen pr ;93 93^ 93 93% 93 94 8.4flO!-1^4 Northern Pacific....... 114% 110 113% 113% 113% 'r^t i
; 300-H Anaconda S7 87% 37 87* 37% 5.250J- % Pennsylvania Railroad 126% 127 Ij6 126> 126 lOsS
6.700-2 Atchlson 94% 96% 94% 94% M% 94% «*! +% People's Gas & Coke Wo 105% 105 Po**™P o **™ 105%
,«0 __ Atchlson pr !98 ;9S :9S «PS 97%! 98 700-% Pittsburg Coal il4 .14 | H ,14 13 io
MO}- % Atlantic Coast Line 108 log |lOS 108 M 105% 107% 100 +% Pressed Steel Car 29% »% , 29% 23 % ! rl «
! LOO";- •.; Bait. A- Ohio, ex div 3-r.... 105% M6% 10*%1104% 104»4j1M% 51 -— Pullman Palace Car 156 v IS6 I.^ ob ,j^ '^„ ,
i 4 3»;_% Brooklyn Rapid Transit.... 73v; 74%) 781 73% 73%! 73% 80.P.V- Reading 1^ 11%l l % iS Set* «2
W— Brooklyn Union Gas 128 12S 128 128 128 131 SOW — Republic Iron & Steel ; 28% 28% >■» 28% «4 |8%
WO ■ •■, (Canadian Pacific 184% IK 184% 184% 184 184% 100—1% Republic Iron & Steel pr.. 88%85% 88% SB% 88% 89
JLIOOr-1 Central Leather 30% 90% 29% 29% 29% 29% €.100,— % Hock Island 29; 2u. 2* «l « »
K«>:_% H'entral Leather pr 101 101 101 101 100% ! 102 Sim U \ Rock Island pr S& 2** 2? « f,-> |5
38.100E3% Chesapeake & Ohio !69 : 69% 65% 65% 65% « I.loo —3Vi St. Louis ft S. K. 2d pr.... S7 ,37 85 35 34% »%
100 *1% Chicago A Alton j25 25 25 25 24% 25 1.700 * Sloss-Sheff. Steel & 1r0n... 49 53% 49 olV ? 61V» Lg,.
K^_ 2 Chicago Great Western.... 211; 21« a% 21V* 21 22 1T.750|- % Southern Pacific 109 110% 108% 109^ 109% 109%
E,W- «i Chicago. Mil. & St. Paul... 119% 120% 119 : 119% 119 119% BOOI— % Southern Railway i 21% 21% 20% -^ -i - l H
300 — % Chicago & Northwestern. . .ll4l% 141%i141 141 If) 142 KM -1% Southern Railway pr SO ••<_« 45% 48% « w»
900 _ Colorado Fuel & Iron JS% 25% 25%' 26% 25%] » 300;— % 'Texas & Pacific 2-> .25 : g g . --% -2V3
1 ieoi_| Colorado & Southern 2d pr 1701 70 70 70 '69 72 200 -3 Texas * Pacific LA Tr.... 86 i Sfi ! M iB4 83 *
1.r.13-% Consolidated Gas 124% 125 123% 124 123% 124 M+% Third Avenge Railroad.... 9% 9% jp» l »* »* »«
300 - % Corn Products Refining:.... 13^ 13% 13 i 5;i 5 ; 13% 13 13% 500 \♦ % Toledo, St. I* & West ; 20% 20% .0 20% 20 (21
300 -1 Corn Products Refining pr. 71%! 71% 71% 71%1 70% 72% 200 1_ % Toledo. St. L. & West pr. 43% 43% 43% 4^ 43 44
300)_ % Delaware & Hudson 155 155 '155' 155 154% 156% 44,400- % Union Pacific 1&8% 159% 157% 158% ■mi M%
SOOp% Denver & Rio Grande ! 27% 28 i 27% 27% 27^ 27** WO +% U. S. Rubber Ist pr 104% 104% 104% 104% 104 108
108 --» i Denver A Rio Grande pr... 68 !6S i6B ;68 j 68% 69 WO) +2 U. S. Rubber 2d pr ;67 67 67 ,0- ,&> i £*•*
ISO -14 IDuluth. S. S. & At. Pr ; 20% md 20% 29% 20' "21 31.200 -% I United States Steel ........ ;^^i 66 66% IVIU mv
40.r_% Erie , 22% 22U 22 122 22 ' 22% 900 +% IT. S. Steel pr, ex dlv 1%%. 113% 113% 112%' 113% 113% 113%
m{— Erie Ist pr ! 36% 36% 36%] 36%] 36% 36% 2,300 ♦ % Utah Copper i 43% 43% 42-\ : 43% 4^41 43%
LSWI— % 'Great Northern pr 122%'122^ 11>2%l 1> 2%* 1 122 1 i!122V4!123 1 -i 7001 + % Virginia-Car. Chemical.... Si 57% f»% 06% ?S*l ?«?
60S -2% 'Great Northern Ore ctfs... 52 ,52 ' 80%! SOY- 60% 51% 4>»i - % Wabash ! 16% ]fil *' 16 116 lb \ '!', R
MO +% Havana Electric Railway.. 94% 94% 94% 94% 94% P6% 2.000- % Wabash pr ■ 32-, ffi'.fe 31% 32 32 £-^8
SJDOJ— B » Ilnter.-Metropolitan ' 1614 16J.4 15% 15% : 15%! '•'- 2 "° "Western Union Telepraph. 60 . 60 1 bO , 60 ( j t.9V« 60
2.000 ...is., Inter.-MetronoUtan pr 44 441-, 42%! 42% | 42 l 42"-4 1.6501— 14 |\Vestlnghonsf» Mfg ' 5-,% 54% pJ% :>4-<; s^! -« .rtv«,
BANK STOCKS ON STOCK EXCHANGE. Total sales for the day. 380,614 shares, compared with 956.379
. , - . -• shares for the corresponding day in 1909.
Sid B 'ch^i . I Actual Sale^jClosnis. Total sajM January 1 to August 1. inclusive, 111.930,986
*°'%-% 'commerce i§HJ%^^S L # i ■**"* compared with 113.803.1.-9 shares for the same period in
_H_— _ '■ ' — — ~ — ■ * ' * 1900.
FINANCIAL MARKET
Inactive Demand for Loans
Causes Freer Offerings.
Stock market trading was light in vol
ume throughout the live hours of busi
ness, the larger part of the transactions
representing the operations of the pro
fessional element which apparently had
little idea of making- engagements which
involved more than swapping profits.
Prices moved in an irregular manner,
with last changes showing net losses as
compared with Saturday's final figure*:.
In the best informed Wall Street circles
it is believed that the market has again
settled into a purely traders' affair, with
the general tendency of quotations in
the direction of lower levels before sus
tained Improvement may be looked for.
The idea that prices will go lower la
based on the theory that liquidation of
speculative accounts has not yet been
completed, and that the various uncer
tainties in the situation, especially in
reference to the outcome of the crops,
th-» fall elections, Supreme Court de
cisions and the effect of speculative
losses upon the buying; power of the
country at large, not only will discourage
speculative operations for higher prices,
but will attract aggressive selling for
bear account. It is worth noting that
:: spite of the taking over last week of
stocks that had been a serious menace to
the market "Wail Street is bearish and
finds little reason for cheerfulness in the
fact that the country is still doing a
rather active commercial business, with
no indication that industrial, financial
and political chaos is developing. There
'. is no sign of investment liquidation, ex
cept in cases where ready cash is needed
i to protect speculative commitments, or
to buy automobiles and endow them,
but, on the other hand, it can be stated
without fear of contradiction that the
people who have unlimited resources,
including wide bank credits, are buying
stocks and forgetting them for the time
being.
X- one dares to venture the opinion
that prices will not go lower. On all de
clines, however, stocks will be absorbed
I ■. r- ad capital, and the usua' profits ul
timately will be secured. Most invest
ment stocks will be cheap on further
downward movements even if the talk
of :i general reduction in dividends ma
terializes into a fact.
The railroads are showing almost rec
ord breaking; gross earnings, yet net re
turns are bad. "For the month of June
the Pennsylvania and the New York
Centra], our leading major railroad prop
erties. report substantial improvement in
gross receipts, but heavy losses in net
results. There arc a few suspicious peo
ple in the Street who believe that the
railroads have such good bookkeepers
that net turnings are being doctored !n
ord»»r to convince the Interstate Com
men Commission that higher freight
rates are justified. Such a view of the
situation, however, is not generally en
tertained. It is evident, nevertheless
that economy will have to be practised
by transportation companies to offset
the increased cost of labor and mate
rials. Liquidation may yet extend to the
labor market, while economists believe
that the time must come when there will
be a readjustment of the cost of living
to a lower basis.
The local demand for money Is Inac
tive, fend at the moment there appears
little probability of an increased inquiry
in the current week in either the call or
time department of the market. Com
mercial paper offerings are light. Lend
er*, however, show greater willingness
to put out their funds on bills and col
lateral loans, owing no doubt to the fact
that borrowers' needs apparently are
not urgent at a time when bank re
serves are large. The trust companies
reduced th« loans last week to an ex
tent that offset the expansion in the
same Item in the report of actual bank
conditions us of Friday night, while
general changes in bank holdings dissi
pated to a large extent the theory of
coming disturbance in our money mar
ket. The actual reserve above legal re
quirements of the Clearing House mem
ben Is unusually heavy for this period
of the year, and it Is quite evident from
the changes in cash and reserves at this
centre in recent weeks that our bankers
are determined to be in a position to
handle any emergency that may develop
aa a consequence of the heavy loans be
ing carried by banks outside New York
and other weak features that are too
well known to need comment. A series
of unfortunate developments will be
minimized in their effect upon the gen
eral situation by the strength of the
New York banks and the country's
credit abroad, the latter insuring Imports
of round amounts >>( gold in addition to
the metal already brought In, If such a
movement should be deemed advisable.
Foreign ■■).;: -■•• rates again are near
the lowest ■•:],!- of th<; year. Europe
Las ought an enormous amount of je
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, Mb
curitlcs In thie market in the last two
weeks, for which It is sending; us its
gold. The London market was closed
yesterday, and the American r-ngago
ment of the weekly consignment of
South African tfold was deferred until
to-day.
BOND MARKET SALES.
; 33000 Jap 4Hf..... M%| 3000 L S & M So
i SSOO do 2d .... P4 1 * Deb 4B . .. 92 ,
26<XH) N V Can 43.102 | 1000 L & X I 4f>. 96%
: •JM.KS X y C 4V»a 1000 Man Con 4s. 94^
lf^T.T .108 ! 3000 Marine 4%5-- .'.'.'■•
i 1000 do New. -.106 6000 do 59V»
7'A«X> do 4^48....100\i 1000 do 6&Vi
1000 do 4s 1956 2000 MX & T Ist
Keg . ... 96 434 3 97%
! 1000 do »'% ! 3000 do 2d 83
I 1000 do 07&8 1000 do S F 4%S B4
i 10<» do ■ ••■• s '7'-,' 7 '-, r-000 do lOxt T. 3..100
5000 do 4s 1957 08 i 1000 M X ft T of
5000 do l»' T >.i T Os 102%
; 15000 do 1958!... 98 . 40.X) Mo PTr 58..100
! 3<.K)00 do li*.* P... ?>S ! 1000 do 4s o
I IttOOO do m%\ 1000 N V C Gen
30000 do "" a * 3^B ....... 8-18
: 2000 Allis-Ch 6s . 74% 2000 do Deb V.<M 92%
I 1000 Am C O 4--!S 83* 1000 do L. S Col
i 4000 Am II & L 3«iS 81
<333 3 06 COOT. do M•«
1 1<"«K) Am T & T 1000 do ..81 ',2
Cvt 45.... SOU 1000 N TG & EL.
9000 do 89=% II & P 6p.l<«> : ;»
10000 do 89»i:10000 do 100.
1000 ••■ . Th 45.. 90 ! 1000 do 4s 80%
1 7<«00 km Too 6s. .105 j 4000 do Sl >
1000 do 105% 7000 N YNH& II
6000 do 105% I>eb Cs .. . lSl'-z
2000 d.4s . . .. 7s>4 1000 N & W Con
12000 do 78 [ 4s »T
1000 do 78%); 2000 do '■>< 'i
10000 An Ar Ist la 75 . 3000 do Cvt 48. '."Ms
6000 Armour 4 : a '.HI 3*3 * 3000 Nl' Gen Ss. . .0'»
1000 A T & S X I 10C0 do 70%
; \dj 4s Stji 90 2000 do Pr 45.. S»!»V;
22000 do G*-n 4s. '.IS : 2000 do 99%
loot do '■>"% 5000 Ore S L Gtd
17000 do 98 Ref 4? 91%
POM do Cvt 55. 106% 6000 PT & T Cvt
5000 do 107 i 4.« 96%
I 2000 do Cvt 4s I 2000 do $*>%
Rets fp 98 4000 do ot>
I 10 r KK) B & O Gold , 3000 Pa 3%s 1915. 93
4s 0* 22000 do 4f 1948.102
: 1000 do c. 9^''». KXHt do 4Vs. . ..104%
«000 do '■' v - 2000 Read Gen 4s. :<7 r ,
! 1000 Beth Stl :>s. 83% 1000 do 97%
KKh't do 84*4 4000 do '•''■■
20000 p, r T 48... 81% 5000 <lo 97%
' 3000 do 81%] 1000 Rio G\\ Ist. -89
..,,,,,, do 81% 5000 St I. IM & B
SOOO B C El Ist. loo i Gen Be 107
3000 Cent of <: 3d ' 1000 St '■■ & S F R
Inc 77 i R Gen .Vs.. 84%
0000 Cent I. &a . . - 97 ! 4 4000 d;. . 84%
3000 do 97% l' " do Fund... <»
6000 do 97% 1000 St P M & M
9000 C P Gtd 4s. 95% 4%s l fl -"«
25000 C & i' Cvt i 20000 Scab A 1. AdJ
4i iS . . 69%| .la 70
! 10000 «]( 00 : 3000 do Gold 4?
35000 do '-' ■ Stpd •• Sl%
: 1000 C & A 3%5. 70 ! 1000 So P C T 4s. Mt
41MXI Chic I* & Q 12000 do Ist Ref
Gen 45.... 97% j 4s 93% 1
16000 do Jt 4?.. 'A" ] 5000 do 93%
1 27<»J«1 do MM 7 *, 10000 do Cvt 45.. SWJVi I
5000 do 95 ! 1000 do ;"; "' >: -.
1000 do 111 Dlv 10000 do 96%
?,Us S7 15000 do 96%
lf(TK> do* *7V KM do Rpk.V.3. W-n
f H^i do 4? 00 1000 60 Ry Gen 4s 74%
B'JOO CM&St I' ! 4000 do ~ 4 *
Gen 4s A. 98% 2000 T A P Ist 108%
6«K>O do 98% 3<">o.-> r P Ist 45. .100%
4000 C R I & P ' 200.1 do . .56F.100%
Oen 45... 95 : 2<XX> do Ist Ref
SOO^ do Ref 4s. 87% 4s 95%
1 2500.) do 87% 4000 do 95%
fi.V*iO do RK 46 71 1 *! 20<t0 do Cvt 4?..10.Vj
54000 do 71 j 8000 do 103%
317.100 do "IV 2000 do 103%
4000 do 70% m«f* D P Rub Of .102%
li>i>l C &fi Ist 4s 94% 20000 V S Btl S F
5000 Con Tob 4f . . 77% .'.s 102 3 .
20^X) Den & H G 10000 do 102' t
Re? 55.... 90M 9000 do 102^
1000 do . 90% inno TVab lirt ftp.. 107
7,»«. do . ... . i" 1 - s.««« do 107 Vi
i 2" ' <; II A P A i 1000 do R & Ext
: M 4 p Div 4f 81%
4s 103%I240&0 do «l
I 2<w> fia P Ist fls.lllH . 5000 do ♦"■**«
' 10000 Hock Va! Ist 160OJ do fil~t
4'4s ir«o 12000 do O3"i
WXK> 111 C R«f 4s. !»"V 4'«« i Wab P T Ist
1000 do 97 : Ctfa 85
12000 Int- Met t%« 78M 3000 d 0d 0 ar.^i
■ 2000 do 78%|l«000 do ■■'
<V<oi> do 78V4 SOOO do Ist 3S
MVK> Int R T 65.. 100% 2000 West Md 4?. S3
TiOO Int St P .V«. 83% 5000 do 82 ;
5, m0 1 C Ref 4s. 09'^ 4<"Kk: do S3
1000 X C F S & ! 5000 West fh 4a.. 101% |
M 4f 77 , 2000 WU f .v R H f>4", J
12000 do 77%| SOi'x) Wls C Gen 4r PI '4 |
Total tales of bonds. $1.2 12. •"<>'.
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
(Fnrniahed by E- S. Bailey, No. 66 Broadway.)
Aprx. .
an- When ,—, — Price-. —
nual jjay- Bid. Asked.
CnTrpanv Capital. dlVd. able. P. C. P. C.
City of N. T $MK>.OOO 10 Q — • 2(A'»
Commonwealth.. 500.000 l'» .T&J .*.2« —
Continental 2,000.00> 40 J*J 925 9.*>O
Empire City 200.000 8 J&J 125 —
Phen1x.2.500.000 * * 275 2*o
Germ 'Alliance. 40Q.0"n0 16 .TA.f *T." MO
German-Am. ...1.500.000 SO J&J 560 . >7'>
G^rmarila (f r.O 1.. 1,00<.1. 000 IS J&.I 2><s 298
Gl^ns Falls (J10) 200.000 30 J&J 152* —
Globe A- Rutgers 400.000 4O Q 450 —
Hanover <$«)). .1.000.000 10 J&J 190 20S
Home 3.000.000 30 J&J 6SO 69S
Nassau (?Mn.... 200.000 10 J&J 168 175
Niagara <f50)..- 1.000.000 30 J.^.l 800 805
North River ($23) 350,000 10 A&O 158 160
Pacific ($25).... 200,000 ti Ji-J 135 143
Peter Cooper(s2o) 1.10.000 6 J&J 90 't"5
Stuyvesant .... 400.000 10 J&J 156 I<V>
United States(s3s) 260,000 • * 80 70
Vtrestcbeater ($10) 40O,(X)O 35 K&A 4.V. —
■yV'burg CityCISO) 2C0.000 20 J&J 380 4>)o
•No Information.
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
(Furnished by Charles li Barney A; Co.. No. 25
Broad street, New York, and No. 122 South
«th street, Philadelphia.)
Hid Askfi I Bid Asked.
Am Cement. 11> IH-, I^-hicrh Nay.. m< :><<
Am Ry Co.. 41% 42 ; ].. h Val it It 7" v < 704
Camb Steel. 4114 *!% Phila Co. . . 42 4,'J'i
CTr of N .! 72 7-V do pref -12 4J 1.
i;; B Bat Co 4<i'i 47'/i!lVnn ]{ ie Co 03 >,;',
E> Co of Am 11 31 ''i I> (1 .-■; Co pf.103 105
Knlnn't Tr. •; 7 Phlla Elec Co 14% 14%
(j<n Asphalt 23 23% Phils Rap Tr 17 .i PS
do jiref... <!7T» 08 | Smokeless P. IB l.ii
I Co or N a 19 19 tt Union Trao.. 41'S 4.1
l^ake B Corp 17 17H'l'n i;as Imp. xv t >■''-•
do prat... 61 63 |Welsbach Co. 3.S 40
BONDS.
Am Ry C .'.- !••-• 1 Phiia Elec 4s 7:> TOM
El & Peo 4S -:• 81i U I do 5s IOJ •* 102
N.l Con ss. 109 102" j Phlla Co 6* 04 J>3
;■• ,. i- ny -it, !»t M j
BALTIMORE STOCKS.
(Furnished by Van Bcnalek & Co.. No. 7 Wall
Hurl ,
Bid. Ashed. Hid, Asked.
United Hy.. 14 Vi 14% Cotton Duck. 4 (5
.i > Incomes f>7 T » 58% do Incomes: IS 22
do 4« 94 B4HIN Ry A.- I, .'.« »'!» «t!»V
G11& HVT 1 .3 Lt .■. !•..« pf hi h(i
do incomes ft TO j ,],, 4«^5.... W» 02
do lets... 40 '4.! C City. By o«. loo lwr>
Seaboard Co li M r Con Bl •'••« in nr»
d-. Ist pf. 72 7(J . „,-. Trust. 213
do "-■■! uf.. •)'< 4r< r , (on Trust, 70 "«
.Set. Al. 4- '-•■ « 83 | Third Nat hum 3 SO
do W-yr'6i iW!i '■>'■'', U'\<\t\ & „;)!•, list
Consul Can — Hi.'i I ilarylnn.l Tr. 7') :,;
<11, 6s 100 !•■'... ,■. m !ij r.i :_5
INACTIVE STOCKS.
The following were the last actual sales
; Mid the closing quotations for stocks in
! which there were no transactions yester
, day on the New York Stock Exchange:
Last Closing,
sale. Bid. Asked.
Adams Express 250 250 —
Am Afirlc Chemical pref. .loo% 100 102
| Am Beet Su^ar pref V 9 85 »t>
Am Car & Foundry pref..lO»*i 10954 111
Am Coal _ 120% 75 150
Am Cotton Oil pref 101 101 104
Am District Telegraph... IX> 16 30
; Am Express 240 225 250
I Am Hide & Leather ♦% 4% 5
: Am Unseed pref -» 2* 30
Am Smelting pref 101 100% 100%
do preferred B 83% .*-'* *4
American Snuff 285 . 200 SvO
: do preferred. . . ., IW2 <.'•'. 101
American Sugar 117 116 "''
do preferred 11H 115 VJ»
Am Te:«.-graph A Cable... 71% .1 7.">
Am Tobacco pref ■•- 91 92
Am Woolen 27 20 27*
Ann Arbor .'l3 28 S5
do preferred 70 65 70
Baltimore & Ohio pref. . . . 90 83 BJ> /
Bai ipllaa Mining 2?i 2 ! 4
Bethlehem Steel 24 22 23%
do preferred. „ 5.'J 47 52
Brunswick 8% 838 3 10%
Buff. Roch & Pitts 96 9<> - 1«2
do preferred 125 1-4 ISO
Buffalo & Susq, pref 29 33
tterick Company 30 tt 29 80%
Canada Southern 60% 60 63
Central & So Am Tel 115 105 115
Central of New Jersey... 24B 2.V> 280
I Chicago & Alton pref.... «4 T « — €6
Chic Bur & Quincy 225 2"0 —
I Chic Great Western pref. 4<>'3 4<>H 41
I Chic Ind & Louis pref — «0 80
I Chic Mm & St Paul pref.l43% 145 140.
Chic a-- Northwest pref. ..203 203 210
Chic St P M & 0 150 135 150
do preferred..: 180 150 175
Chic Union Traction "'•a 2»4 3%
do preferred 5 '.3 ."> 10
i Clev Cln Chic & St L.. . . 71 65 70
do preferred 100 — r f Mli
Cleveland & I'ittsburg. . . .175 160% —
Col Fuel & Iron pref 110 100 110
j Col & Southern 52 61 f>2
do Ist preferred TO .<> 73
Col & Hocking C & 1.... *% 4'a «'i
Del ]>ack & West 510 4.«> 510
■ Dcs Molnes <£ Ft Dodge, 5 4 12
Detroit United Railways.. 45 — «0
Distilling- Securities 27 2ir 27
I Duluth South Shore & Atl 10% 10 M 13
Erie 2d pref 2ft?i 28% 3«i
Evansville & T II 50 50 55
do preferred 82% 75 80
Federal M & S 23 22?4 ■»<•
do preferred 55 Vi 60 69
I Federal Sugar 60 40 60
do preferred - 95 80 100
I General Chemical Co 04 88 95
do preferred Ktfl I<H) 108
General Electric Co 138 138 140
Granby Mining 40 23 H<o
: Havana Electric Ry pref. 98 96
Hocking Valley 124 7 112 125
Homestake 86% 86 S3
Illinois Central 128 123 128%
Ineerst i ; Rand Co 105 9S —
do preferred 84% 57 —
Tnt Harvester pref US 117".. 11**
Hit Paper P*i 10 10%
do preferred 47% 47 v i 49
I Int Steam lump pref 7!i r * 79% £•»
towa Central pref 31 vi -'V- ""'i
Kan City Ft P A.- M pref. 68 «H 71
Keokuh & I.x»s Molnes... 4% 4*4 * 8
do preferred 41 30 r.O
Knlik Ice of Chic pref... 77 67 75
La '•■)•• Gas pref ... 95 f-r, li«>
l^ake Krle & Western... 15 14 17
do preferred 4ft 30 40H
Lake Shore 320 825
I>ong Island 60 87 63
Markay Companies 82 81 S«
do preferred 72>i 71 72Vs
Manhattan Beach 3 2 4
Manhattan Elevated 128 127 131
Marine 4% 4*i 4<4
do preferred 15H 14Va 18
Michigan Central — — ISO
Minn & St l'aul pref ."I 35 60
Minn St PASS M pref.l47 140 I**
do Leased l>ines 6.1 s7'* SS'-i
Nashville & Chattanooga. 120 ]25 130
National Biscuit 101 101 i<>2
do preferred 120 118 130
Nat Enameling & S 16% 16 IC%
do preferred. 86'^ 75 100
Nat I^ead pref I«>2 102% 106
Nat Rys of Alex pref fiS Pti 88%
I New- Central Coal . »2 Vi 40 60
IN V Chi" ft St Louis 00 89,4 61
do Ist preferred lOOS ft<t 110
do 2d preferred 83 SO f<o
New York Dork pref 82% 7.'. W
SVNII &II 150 , 140% 150
Norfolk A- Western pr*f.. 80 ' *7 83
North Americas 67% 64 CC%
Ontario Silver 2 1 '.». 2'-a
Pacific Coast 10-5 »5 108
do [si ] 'referred 105 80 I'TO
■■:., 24 preferred 10", 0" 110
Far-ifio Mall 24 4 23% 24 %
Pacific T< I & Tel no^ S0 ! ,2 SS'.i
Peorlß &: Eastern 22 36 C*>
Pitts C C & St. I. J« f>2 94
dr. preferred 115% 105 115
! Pittsburg coal pref 62 GO 70
: Pressed Stne: car pref . . . . pm 91 95
Quicksilver 2% 2^i 3
>lo preferred .1 l j - >T 4 3
Railway Stee! Spring 2t»* 21> a i SI
do preferred 88% '••" 1 * «>
r.^adin? Ist pref sn 85 PO
do 2d preferred 91 S3 $x>
R.,mf. Watertown & 0gd.121% 118 122%
Rutland R R pref 30 23 30
St Louis & Sao r Ist pr. 60% 60 65
do C A F. II! ,-tfs 12? — 180
do preferred 113% — 11»
do new . .... «:i i li l - **
St Louis Bouthweaten .. 23 18 22
do preferred 56% 53 57
Sears-Roebuck pref .... 121 V 6 — '2' 1 '
- Sheffield S jfe I pref.ll4 105 ( , 116
Tennessee Copier 21% 22' i 22%
Toledo Railways & Light 8% «'* 7 v
Twin city Rapid Transit. 106H 105 107
Union Bag £ Paper <">'j «'i 7%
do preferred - 55 60 CO
Union Pacific pref 8»% h&'i 91
United Dry Goo-is 9T% '->7 104
do preferred 1™ 99 U HO
United Rys rnvestment.. -•» 26 SO
do preferred 54 50 54
United Cigar Mfg pref...li'.T 102 108
United &tates Express... 88 05 98
U S Res ."i Imp 67 64 68
U S Reduction & Re*. . • 4 4 o7o 7
do preferred 13 12 80
U 8 Rubber 33 30% 82
Vandalia Railroad 89 74
Va-Oar Chemical nr*f 117 116 117
Virginia Iron Coal A Coke 68 61
Wells Fanco Express 17-" 155 168
Western Maryland 42 41% 4.1
do preferred *' s (i - 89%
. B tini ho >■ Mfg Ist pr.115 IOC 125
Wheeling & Lake Erie... 4% •»"■« .V,
do Ist preferred »% 10- 12
3d -.'. preferred s\, ft 'i (l
Wisconsin Central 4S 45 47
PUBLIC UTILITY SECURITIES.
(Furnished by Williams, McCbnnell & Coleman.
No. 90 Wall street.)
•ni.l. Atsk.-d.
Am Light & Traction 2T.3 l>3f>
do preferred l"0 103
Am Gus & Electric 41 13
do preferred 3l> -II
do I rsi Da - s ' 83
Denver g&s A- Electric 147 133
do genera! r.s fS «.t2
Empire District Electric 32 80
<io preferred 70 7.1
da rnin<ln — 77
Lincoln Gas & Electric li> 22
Pacific Oai & Electric ™ Jiß
do preferred S3 86
FERRY COMPANIES.
lM.l.Ask-d.l Hlil.Aikefi.
fikhn V•• 20 SB | !Oth & St. » 48
li F Ist r.s 100 1"* ' <:': ' bonds... •'«» 70
NTJtHF G r.s 04 t>7 I Union Perry.. 2S 31
NTXR R. 28 SO I do lit it.. Hi Wl
Co let ' » . r.l • I
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
The market for outside "ecurities ?• waa
quiet, but prices generally scored fractional
{rains over Saturday closing figures. in
terest centred largely in th« precious metal
stocks, Goldfifld Consolidated. C.oWJncM
Florence and Tonopah Belmont being m
good demand. Tonopah Extension lev* -
oped considerable activity and advanced Me
to 85 cent*. In the copper issue? Miami led
the list with an advance of % to 19. while
Union Mines gainad V* to IV Cbino oppned
firm with sales at 11%, hut lat-r.ea.-ed a
fraction. Standard Oil and American To
bacco ruled rlrm throughout the day. Trne
6 per cent bonds of the Bingham ot Uartieia
Railroad Company, the line projected by
the Utah Copper Company, were traded m
for th* tiret timo at lOi^i. Detailed opera
tions follow:
INDUSTRIAL.
Kales. Open. Utah. **" Lilt
28 Am T0bacc0.... 400 40<> 40? <;*'
400 Am W l-Apcr \>l 2.",^ ■ 1 -' "2
8.060 Hay State <!as. % - 1 * *>» *
4,»»» •January 0i1... 38 41 W *J
300 Mays Oil v<« $1 <» lt _, ;':, *} \£.
lWPalmer Oil .SI 37 Hi 1 $1 .•■•!» 137%
to Standard 0i1... 610 «;o »0 bio
240 Un Cigar Manf «2% |S3 b - , *•; .
•M» VSLt & Heat 1^» I•> Iff I?
200 do pref 7** 77 s * •% • *
MINING.
20.000 •Bovard Con... 24 3 "^ •}
300 British Col Cop 4 Si 5 4* '>
'.<<*> Bntte Coalition 17% 184 1' * »
200 Canadian Min«s *>U 1^ 5 * *» *
7«0 v,,r a 2<> 2" 20 »L
2.000 China Copper.. 11% »J% u ?> ] ' *
.■VX) 'Cobalt Central 1«> 10 '•>» '«
- - Tomb l*racll«n Z^ ."><> »'" •' ,
LSOO Con Ariz Sm... Iff l'» i.* ' *
12.000 Kly Central....' iJ » "" <* n ., T *
6.760 M-:i v Con 23 28 21 f »
Mi First National. 3Vi "•'«. ■* ■}>>
501 Florence *-,'j "A - T ' .£«
8.000 Olrour ........ «; 66 1 * •„ •,
2.5<H» OoMfleld Cnn.. i»'» 8,-, ,1 h T>
2.000 tC.old Hill Con. % ■*■ j" ,t»
S.r>oO •(Jrcenwator ■• l>^i •> *JJ "i*
300 I'anar.ea ... «"* «?i •» "» Jz*
\.2f<o HustPd BB S3 M o*.
rH«) Inspiration Cop «74« 7 4 <UI •* 2[*
3.. r Kerr lAk« "A ~ft i>, .',.*
ldO l^a Rose Con... 37»3 7 » 3% »/» *3
1.400 Kittle Miami... 2^* 2» 27* ,-."'
1.2<i0 Miami Copper.. lS^i I»Vh IST* l- 1^
700 Nev-U M& «- A A '2 im2
800 Nli.issing- Mines 10H lf>H I 11 s t » 1°«
200 Ohio Copper.... 1% '?■ ,*« If*
14.000 'Rawhide i"l'n 16 M M Jj? 2
e.tiOO Rawhide Queen 27 29 £1 -;,.,
l.nno Ray Central.... "'♦ 2A "'* ,I,*
480 Bay Con 17H t^J? HH 1"*
600 B«d Warrior... 214 2% *S *il
J»00 Stewart * H ,-» -« ♦•
12.500 Tonopah Ext.. 72 » '- »,
ISO Tonopah Mtn... 8% >* * f* J*
C.500 •Tramps Con... 4 4H 4 4
3 2<O Union Mines... % l'» ,^ ij?
3 000 •TJ I* Cobalt... " X A 3% _ 3*3 '* _* /4
700 •Yellow Jacket. B6 B6 K> '••>
25 Yukon O M 4f» 4rV *t* *«
BONDS.
$1,000 AG& W 1 58. f..Vi 68J4 «H «Jj
25 000 » A O It R Cs.lOl?i 101% 101%. 10}\
sioOO-VVeat Pac 65... 92 82 91*4 91 Va
•Sells cents per share. fOdd lots. {Treasury
stock.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE.
Liquidation, not urgent, but of a per
sistent character, gradually forced prices
lower on the Consolidated Exchange. A
heavy floor short interest in many stocks
had ' been carried over from Saturday.
This Interest evinced some nervousness
early In the day, its bidding resulting In
odd "lot sellers finding a market on the
exchange, which was '-« to *4 of a point
better than that which existed on the
New York Stock Exchange. Later, how
ever, the tone became much softer. Read
ins sold as- low as 132%; or Vi of a point
under the other board, while Amalgamated
Copper touched a low of 60%. against
60%. Chesapeake & Ohio, which had earl,
touched a high of 69%. against 69% on the
other exchange, was attacked and frHen
down to 65%. against 65%. The dealings
in this stock were unusually heavy, us
total exceeding that of Smelting, and com
ing dose to Amalgamated Copper. *_}">
one different stocks were represented on
the list. Detailed operations follow:
STOCKS.
Sale- Open. High. Low. Last.
oS«A»nal Copper... 01* 62 60H «0*»
130 Am Beet Sus;ar 2S^* 28* «* »
SO Am Can " •,» - s ' ■* „
-180 Am- Car & Fdy 44 44 »i 43 £ «Ji
20 Am Cotton Oil. 54 M 83% 83%
20 Am H & Lpref 23% 20^4 --•'■* -•' *
BO Am Ice 19H lf>% 19% I»J*
40 Am Locomotive 32J* 83 J2H 32*
8,880 Am Smelting... «4>s 65% 63U 6.,^
20 Anaconda Cop.. 3. S 37% 37H 3.*
88OAt Top &S Fe 94J4 »% 94^i »•%
150 Bait & 0hi0... 105% lor. 1 - lO4'-« 104?.
68OBklyn Rap Tr.. 73 74 Jo i3%
130 Cent Leather.. 30% 30% 30% 80%
4 (;so Ches. & 0hi0... «h'» 69' i •*'*» }k«mj
20 Ch Gt Western. 2" I ** ~o\ 2" 3*3 * -o+*
30 do pref 4O 40', 4O 4»i»
810 Ch Mil &St P.119V4 120% ll!Hi 119W
170 Col l"ucl & lr. 25% 26% 25% »
SlOConsol Gas 123% 1-4 > I- s "* 123%
SO Corn Products.. 13/2 13% I3H J3J
50 Den & Rio Or. . 27% 27% 27% 27%
lO> Urlf 2-"* 22% 22 *•-
10 "do Ist pref."!! 36% 8»% »0% 86%
£0 Gt Northern iiM229s 1-2 11 -* 122"8 122? i
30 do Ore ctfs... 51 ."1 61 31 ;
210 Inter-Met l«*i 1«% 15% »*
2<»<> do pref 44 1 44 \ 3 42 141 4 4^'i»
120 Louis & Nash.. 134% l":. l « 134% 134%
120 Mo Kan &■ Tex. 30' i, 30% 25% 29
150 Mo Pacific 4f>'ii 50% 4&»i 49%
10 National Lead.. -49 40 41» 49
17ON V Central... 10» l«'0-% 108% 10.^14
1(50 N V Ont &W. 39 ;s; s 30% 88% PS 1 *
30Norf & West... «8% 93' i »2% 92%
180 Nor Pacific 115 1 * 115% 113% 114
520 Pennsylvania .-126% r.7 : * 126% 12rt%
20 4*o Reading 134 135 ! i 132% 133%
1O Bep Steel 29 20 2i> 2!>
440 Rock Inland ... 2S^i 29 27 T3T 3 27 T i
20 do rref £>!• r.O r.O .'.!)
20 Sloas-S S & I. -" r.O 60 SO
1.830 Southern Pac.lo9 110% I<^% ]f>l>
70 Southern Ry... 21 21% 21 21 %
12.930 Union Pacific.. lßß% (69% I^7Tg ISB%
24,560 U S Steel «<;* s «7 l i 6*l 66%
120 do pref 113 113% 112% lI3H
4O T'tah Copper... 4.1 4.". 141 4 42% 43
40 Va <"ar Cliem.. f>7 07 6»> 7 f>7
•m 'VYabash 10 l l« l 4 l^ l i 16 l i
240 <!o pref 32% K2Ts Cl*4 Cl T
79.5G0 Total eales.
MINING.
lOOConsol Va 85 .8.". .P.". .88
200 Comb Fraction .50 .60 .50 .00
200 El Paso 83 .S5 .83 .83
200 Florence 2.40 2.40 2. 40 2.40
r.oGol.lfleld C0n.. 8.62% 8.«2!4 P.rt'j'-, B.«JV4
St»>J!m Butler 24 .24 .24 .24
500 Jumbo Kxt ,'.O .oO .50 .50
MM) Mc.N'amara ... .Xt .33 .33 .33
600 Midway 2.. .25 .25 .25
800 Nevada Hills.. 2.25 2.25 2.25
KXtOphlr 1.18 1.15 1.15 1.15
200 Portland 1.13 1.15 1.15 1.15
1.100 Tonopah Ext.. .75 .82 .73 .82
4.3.V) Total sales.
COLLATERAL TRUST NOTES.
[Furnished by Swart & Appemellar. No 40
Pine street.) ;
Approx.
Kane Maturity. Bid. Ask. yield.
Am cigar 4 r> r. Mch IS. 1911.. 88% W*j 6.00
do 4 pc, Mch l. >. 1912 til 1 * 9S 5. ID
Bait & O 4 pc, Mch 10. 1911... 99% 99% 4.10
do i'-n p c, June, 1013 PS*» BSH 4.00
Beth Steel Corp 6 p<\ Nov. 1914 f»6 t»6Vj 6.80
Chic & Alt .'• pc. Mch 15, 1913. 98% W : a R. 30
Cln II & D 4 v c. July, IBIS - {«> 97-4 6.00
C CC 4 St L r> !' c. June. 19U.100H 1t»> ; 4.10
Del & Hud eqpts 4%. July. 1922 vft 1 : 100 1 ; 4.2.".
Erie R II fi p c, Apr 8. 1911... 98% 9»H «10
Gen Rub Co 4 l » pC. July, 191S 02 94 5.70
Hudson Cos fl v c. Oct 15, 101 1 '.'•» fi>-? T. 09
do 6 p <•• Keb, 1913 98 9<9 < ilsi 1 s « 0.1
Ir.terhor R T « p ■•. May. 1911.-100% 101 3.90
Kan C Ry & L. si p C Sept, 1912 97 98% «.7O
do i pc. May 15. 1913 !M% 95% 6.50
LfaoJs Steel Co 5 p C Mch. 1915. 88% 89% T. 50
Minn &SI 1,5 pC, Feb. 1911.. 97 9.^-» 4 7.30
Mo X * T 5 p C A"?. 1911... I** 1 ; DO 6.00
X T Cent Lines, enpts. 5 p c.
Nov. 1010 "22 •• ■ 4.80 4 ISO —
N V N II 4 IT « r C. 1011 '12.. 100 101 ■» —
St L&S I" 44 l2l 2 pC, Feb. 1912.. O.">'-^ 96'-i R.«O
do 5p c. Mch, 1913 PSV4 9ri' B 6.30
Southern Ry .'. p ■'. Feb. 1918... 07 f»B% 5.50
Tidewater Co 6p c, June. 1913. 99% ]iv,i 4 5.50
West Tel A Tel 5 p '•■ Feb. 1012 98% 99 0.23
\V El &M 6p c. Aug. 1913.... 99 Kh) 6.00
RAILROAD EQUIPMENT BONDS AND
CAR TRUSTS.
Maturing 1910-27.
(Furnished by Swartwout & Appensellar. No. 40
Pine street. »
Name. Maturity. Interest yield.
Allan Coast I. 4 p c. 1910 17 5 4'i
Hurt Roches &r 4 -»»•» pc. 1919 '27. 4-^ 4»»
Cent of Ga Ity *% D p c, 1910-17.. 6 4 l j
Cent of NJ4 vC. 1010-'ll 4"-s 4■»
I hes i. <> 4 v ( . 101<>-'l7 I) 4'»
Chic & Alt 4-4tt-3 p C 10lO'l;i (,-■% 4-»
Ch & i; 111 4^ S p ■■. 1910 '17 ;,-, ■%
Chic It I £ P4%<i pC. 1010 -2(» . . 5% •»»
('ln Ham A D4%0 pc. 1910-'2O r.Hi 4",
Del A Hud 4% pc. 1922 4% 4Hi
Erie 4-4't-fi p c, 1910-"17 t; 5
Hock Val 4 4% p C. 1910 '18. ...8 4'j
Hud A- Manhal 5 p <•. l'.tl(>-'li> ,-,' ; 5
Kan City Ft S& M 4' 2 pC, 1910-'l6 6% 4%
Kan City So 4% P >•. 1910 '16 .-.-» 4»,
Lehlsh Val 4-4% pc, l!>10-*18 44 4'
Missouri r.i. 5 v c, 1910 17. . .'.'4 4%
Mobile A Ohio 4-« ji C 1910 '16 r.' 4 4%
N V Cent Lines 5 ;• c, 1910 '22 4« 4%
>rfro 1. A- West 4p c, 1910- f I*l ... 4% 4< 4
Pennsylvania 3% 4p c, 1010 4% 4^
St L & ri P 4-4W-5 ;■ c, 1910 17 f, 4
do isuar A C A 1" r. p c, 191©-' IT.. 5% 4>
Seaboard AL. 4% ."> i> c, 1010 '17... 5% 47 «
Southern Ity 3'-i:-l-4Vi p c, 1910-21.. r.' 4 4"
Vlrßinlan llv :. p .-. 1910-'l9 r. -♦ 4 n
Wabttsh P. R 4%-6 pC, 1910 '21 . r, 4 .jt.
VTti &L ii 44 1 * 8p c, 1910-22 « r.
CHICAGO STOCKS.
(KuriiisheU by Curtis & Bangfcr. Ko. 41) Wall
Mre-t.)
Bales Open. Hitch. Low. Close.
100 Am Can " s s 8
28 do prer tifl^ UK M)a •»%
5 Com Edison ill 111 111 1 111
2 Chi Subway ..... 7 » 2T» 27»2 7 » 27i2 7 i
•.it Pneumatic Tool.. 32 32 32 32
44 lUinnond Match.. S.i iiii nt jn"
r. Illinois Hrlck 59% ,V,»»£ Mt'n .'.O'a
H» Nat P.Ueult prof. l2l lvi 120 I2«t
120 National Carbon.. 118 lit, lir> 115
do prel us.; us ; nsi; 118%
20 People'! Gas liifi'i n;-,\ 105% 105%
83 Swift a Co. . 102 10214 ima 102 li
2:>7 bears -151% 151% l.V> , 150%
100 West Stone. ... 7777
BONDf
i :: (ii»i «•' . ■!■ 1: 1"i 5s .i<«i", |«l»i !i>! 101%.
2.(100 Morrl* 4Hf fH s- -> ss
2.VMJ I'luuill TOO] i^. . &d 6.j6 .j 5Q bti
KNICKERBOCKER
TRUST COMPANY
fifth Avc. £r 34th St.
Lenox Avc. & 125 th St.
Issues
Travellers Letters of Credit
Acceptable in all Parts of the World
CAPITAL-SURPLUS
TOPICS OF THE STREET.
FOREIGN TRADING.- Foreign J«>usM
wen not factors in the local stock mar
ket, as th* London KxohariKe was c«W«J.
owing to a bank bolldar at th« British
capital.
PENNSYLVANIA AND NEW V''.K
CENTRAL. EARNINGS For tho month
of Junf? the Pennsylvania Railroad reports
an increase In gross earnings on thel'iips
east and west of Pittsburs; of S£S36.«W.
and a decrease in net earalßSa for >ne
same time of $480,301. comparison r- ng
made with tlie correspondins period in
lMfc The New York Central reports for
June an increase in gross receipts of pBB.
182 and a decrease in net of $^\,4«, as
compared with June, last year.
ADVANCES NOW ON IMPORTED
GOLD.— Th« Assay Office b<>j;an yesterday
to make advances on deposits of gold,
which were suspended last week pendinsr
its annual settlement. About H. 500.000 will
be paid out. representing «ro!d deposited
last week, of which $500,000 is for imported
poM bars from Tendon. JoOO/»JO Kold im
ported from Mexico, and about $300,000
sundry deposits.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD PEN
SIONS.— According: to the regular monthly
report of the relief department of the Penn
sylvania Railroad system, the sum of fttsV
110 was paid to the members in the month
of June. Of this amount $137,504 represents
the payments made on the lines east of
Plttsburg and Erie and $00,205 on the lines
west. Since the establishment of the funds,
in 1886; a total of $28,658,001 has been paid
out.
NORTHERN CENTRAL.— directors
of the Northern Central Railway at a
meeting yesterday authorized a special
meeting of the stockholders for 'October 14
to vote for or against the acceptance of
the proposition to lease the road to the
Pennsylvania Railroad. The directors also
elected Lewis Neilson secretary, to succeed
Stephen W. White, who retired on a pen
sion.
GOLD ARRIVAL.— The steamer St. Louts,
which arrived from Southampton Sunday.
brought thirty-three box's of gold, valued
at 51.575,000. consigned to Lazard Freres.
APPLICATION TO LIST. — Application
has been made to list Lake Superior Cor
poration stock on the London Stock Ex
change.
GILES COTTON REPORT.— The Giles
cotton report estimates the percentage con
d:tion of cotton at 76.4, against *0.5 two
weeks ago and 75 at this time in 1909.
REGULAR PENNSYLVANIA DIVI
DEND.—The directors of the Pennsylvania
Railroad have declared the regular quar
terly dividend of II 1 * per cent, payable on
August 31.
BANK STOCKS.
(Reported by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wall str*9t.J
Bia.Askod. I Bid Ask--'.
Amerlca ... 580 600 | Irvlnr N K. 205 210
Am Exch... 230 237% Jefferson ... liS 1?«>
Audubon N. l'» 115 Liberty OB
yKtna Nat.. 175 180 Lincoln .... 4"> 425
Bronx Bor 300 — ! Manhat Co.. 320 233
Bronx Nat.. 190 20") , Mkt & Pul.. 2?0 2.-15
Battery Tk. 115 125 j Metropolis .. 390 410
Bowery . 375 — Merh & M N 2.'»0 2fiO
Butch &D. 140 145 'Mercantile .. 150 I^>
Bryant Pk. 155 16") ; Metropolitan. 200 —
Coal &I N. 150 165 Merchants' . 175 ISO
Century ... 170 175 | Merchants' E 160 170
Chase . 440 460 | Mount Morris 2'"> 2*O
Chatham .. 320 330 ; Mutual 283 295
Chemical . . 4»> 44."> | Nassau 240 —
('lt Cent N. 1M l«0 Nat Reserve. 105 113
City 365 373 New Neth'l'd 210 223
Chelsea Ex. 200 — NYN BA. 320 335
Commerce . 200 205 NY County. 000 —
Colonial ... 350 — 19* Ward... r .O 260
Columbia ..350 — | Night & Day 200 225
Corn Exch. 315 320 I Nor Nat — 105
Kast River. 145 IM | Paclflo 230 240
Fidelity ... 1<» !"'• ['Park 345 3.".>
First Nat... 875 POO i People's 270 2*o
Fifth Nat.. 300 350 ! Phenix Md 205
Fifth AV-..4100 4WX> Plaza «25 —
Fourth Nat. 184 ISfi Produce Ex.. 1«5 173
14th Street. ISO 1W Sherman ... 135 —
Oallatln ... 320 340 Seaboard ... 390 —
' Garfl«-l<l ... 200 3CH> ! Second 400 425
German-Am 140 100 state 273. 290
German Ex. MB — 12th Ward... — 140
Ormanla .. 6M 665 ,23^: Ward.... 140 —
Gotham Nat 150 I^."> Union Exch.. MS 1.5
Greenwich.. 2-"i 'J»« : Wash Ufa... I\s —
Hanover ... 828 «S0 [West Side... «0 —
Imp & Tr.. 640 660 \ Yorkville ... 500 —
•New stock.
! TRUST AND SURETY COMPANIES.
(Reported by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wall street.)
Hid. Asked Bid. Asked.
! Alliance Rv. 120 123 IJ^TUT 2^O 2.0
Am surety. 210 220 Lincoln 140 14.>
i wot ... .. 344» 3«O L is. I**l. 303 315
Bankers' .. — •»• Manhattan .. 3.3 4t«o
B & : M O. 240 250 Mercantile .. 7o<> 740
Broadway .. 148 ISO Metropolitan. ~- 6.5
Rrooklrn .. 423 — slt«e Bend.. 110 lib
Carne^e .: 120 130 j Mutual 130 -
CM Co of A 125 140 Mat Alliance - JM%
Central .... 900 1010 Nassau 173 1 9 -.
Cltv Invest. 69 72 Nat Surety.. 250 2<^>
d. pref... 105 115 nvl, 1 & T.ll<«> 1120
Citizen,' ... 140 143 SYMft 8. **> 203
Columbia .- 2"0 2SO X V Trust .. «.4<» 6M
! Corn-wealth. 150 — Peoples .... 3M —
Commercial. 115 120 Qu Co Ut S e. 110 —
Empire Tr.. 3^o 310 Queens C 0... 115 —
Equitable .. 465 455 Realty Asso. 110 IM
F L * T...1700 1740 Savoy — 105
Flatbaafa .. 200 220 Standard ... *?» 410
Franklin ..220 230 Title O& T. 490 800
Fulton 200 — TI Of NY.. 14.5 159
Fidelity .. 2»5 210 Tr Co of Am 340 SSO
Guaranty . . S2O 840 | Union 1330 1375
Guardian... - 175 En State-... OM 1228
Hamilton .. 270 2SO O S fas.... -!'• —
Home Tru« — 115 C S MA. I. 4. •.. 4...
Hud Realty 110 — CgT G* I 110 »
Hudson 170 ISO ! an Norden. _— 230
Int Bkg Cor 110 — Washington . •»••»
Kinss C 0... V* — Westch-ster. . 150 —
Knlckerbock 2i»O 300 IWA-BT&MU« l.'>
Law Mtg... 235 240 (Windsor .. tX 130
BOSTON CURB STOCKS.
(Furnished by J. Thomas Kelnhardt. No. SS
Broad street, %'• w Tork, and No. ."-1 Devon
shire street. Boston.)
\\\x.n. Low. T.a*t.
Ahmeek »*• ISO 150
Arlzpc Riavts 83 M 82
Bay State Gas 83 31 IS
Bohemia *'- 4 4 4'»
Boston Ely II s * '•*» 1%
Boswycolo •■ s 7 «
Butte & London H a '"■_
Cactus Copper '- ' "-< ' 7 »
Calaveraa W% l-.'» !'"•*♦
Champion rt 6 .'•
Chief Cong It't I*a I*J
Chlno HH T * H^i ll*
Cortea Mln-« - > -' ■ • M
Corbin Copper '• '« s?i ■'• »
Domlnii n Synd tOAi 10 lvV *
First Nat Copper Sfj ."'* ",',
G : ..!■■: i Con * l * s . sl *
HiurdoMl Sinl '** 0l» '>'
Inspiration 7 7 7
LaramM H P i- I* •• 88 •>«
La Hose Mi *H .'.*|
Vacs Coal 33 -• «
MoUie Gibson -'• 2T> 2.'
do pref 1 ; * 1 '■ • 1 ' »
MaJ««tlc 88 fc»> r->
Nat Mln Fx; l-rat'.i-i is 17 Is
Ohio Copper IS '• 1 *>•
Oneco 2 ! « 2'i 2' 4
Raven Mining- ; " '7 17
Rawhide Mln 9 Si >'..
Rhode (aland Coal «'< >"> ♦;
South Ijike fi 3 . •'•'* .->'■»
Vulture ..-■ '"* OH •.''»
Tuma 2»» 2" 20
Yukon 4 ::•} 2)|
N. Y. AND OTHER GAS SECURITIES.
Bid. Asked I BM AakaaV
Am I* * T 200 257 IN II (lan 35.. wsv, u»)
do pref...HX> 102 i'NViK.ICjMi MS
•Bin* ii 65.. »4 9T> \ M-, ,>•. .',« . >»:, lt>o
•c V<; sc. iWi '"' Pat .4 i" (}... 85 03
Denver Gau.lso 1«> •!' Cvi 5i.... Os 100
do 5s 90 92H Standard . 93 75
do p I ««..100 — do pref . 7i> IK)
•E«| Ist c 68.102 105 «St J iUs sa. i*> y3
ln.l U«s 12 18 »StPG cm (is. 103 107
•Jack Cr 6a.. MS 93 SI, a T 55.. M ■
•X COh... »8 l"0 st p C.a* 5«.. N M
«M(\V> l»t •!» 1113 — ;Byra O Ist 63.11>0 103
Mutual 150 ICO II Lt & V &•.. &) 7i>
-
•And intcTf.«t.
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
Tb« followtaaj shows yesterday's closing
Ojuotatlona for government bonds, com
pared With Saturday's:
- July M - — \u: 1. —
810. Aske.l. Bid Asked.
IT.l T . P. 2», re £ . 1980 10*% 101 . i,->>» u>! >»
IT. B. 2s, coup*M». liiii). . '■1 >5 , — 1 • V4>*»
I*. S. 89, res;., 191 - ••>! I•. IOJ \,.\ v 102
i;. a. ■'■ coupon, IUIB Mi ii, • ii.; v 102
II S. 4b. re«. 1925 . 114% |ia ,, 4 , 1^
C. S. 4s. coupon. 105..11I 1 , MJ'k Ht'i ll."> v i
laiiama L's. ior.. I'C.V .K»i\ 101 i»h>>» I*l
Panama Ss, ret. t9tt, 199% 101 ix*>» 101
60 Broadway
Third Avc. & 148 th St.
$8,950,000
ANDREW -I. M<-rORMA( K. \nrtlon»-'r
REGULAR ATXTION tAT.K OF*
STOCKS AND BONDS
By ADRIAN H. MULLER * SOU,
OFFICE NO. 5-*' WILLIAM ST..
Wednesday, Aujrust M, 1910,
a* 12*- 30 •*«••«* m* th«
KX< HA NO X S A LES ROOM.
KOS. 14 at.«l 16 VESET STREET.
BY ORDER OF EXBTI TOR.
?5.000 SoHttlc Gas v EJectric L!«ht Co. *' *•
1^1 —
$1,-.i.0. Toi-do Traction Co. M Mt?«*. E.x?n4.
Cm, 1912.
21 ihs. <;»rman-Am<irlcan Inn. Co.
BT ORDER OF TRUSTEES
3 «h, Chemical National Bank.
FOR ACCOUNT OF THE «r,'PEf:tNTENDE > er
OF HANK.S OF THE "ATE pFiKKgr
TORK IV CHARGE OF THE BOROM.K
BANK OF BKOOKLT.V, IN JAQVIDX-
TiO.V.
f.OO Ph* Hlppo'Jrnme Amawm'Tit romp*ny.
J.Vt,OM> Luna Par*. Company let M:?»- ■ P. *•
Gold Bonds.
FOR V '-T. OF WHOM IT MAT CONCERN*.
82 hi Man O<l<-11 Co. _
$30,000 Great LaIKS Coal Co. Ist iitga. ?■<*.
Fund 3p. c. Bd.t . It»4»
47 B ha. Metropolitan Stre-t P.'way Co.
7.-.0 sh<» Quaker Ridsr» Realty Co.
$■_■„..„„, Cinn.. Hamilton A Dayton Ry. is* »
Ref. 4s. Guar.. V.iT,'.K
28 ?h*. Hanover Naiional Ba"k.
M aha Klasa County Electric Light t Yo***T
Co
100 shs. United Railways Sr Impt. Co.
200 .«!;» National Reserve Bank.
10 aba, Chase National Bank.
$I*o.ooo Central Colorado Power Co. Ist "*•*■
5 p. c. Bonds. Ist coupon due Dec. 181 i
3 sb=. Central Trust Co.
2T, sh!i. Bank of America.
33 <!ha. American Snuff Co. 6 p. c. r*^
1 share Union Trust Co.
36 aha Estate of Edward Roberts
M shs. Roberts. Cushman & Co.
400 shs. Eucalyptus- Mahogany Growers. Inc.. 9
P. c. pfd.
.'{ shs. Hudson County Natl. Bank
Inn «h?. Pressed Sr.-ei Car Co. common
coiitßiA:
r-TRUSI
COMPANY
135 Broadway, New York City
Capital, - • $1,000,000
Surplus & Profits, 1,500,000
The Company act? a- Executor,
Trustee, or Guardian, either
under a will or \>y special ap
pointment. It invents ttUS*
funds to produce the greatest
income with safety, not bur
dening the income with unnec
cssarjr Of excessive charges.
Central Trust Company of Mew York
54 WALL STREET
CAPITAL and SURPLUS $18,000,000
(of whk h $17,000,000 has been earned)
Union Trust Go. of New York
80 BROADWAY WUtt Aye. & sWI at
Capital & Surplus, $8,737,000
Allows Interest on Deposits
MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES.
(Furnlsfced by Frederic B. Hatch & Co.. '■'<> 3*
Broad street.)
STOCKS.
Dividend. BBSSIsI
American Brass '-i J 5 «M I'M
American Chicle ■■■■*■ 12 212 21*
American Chicle r' ■ - Q-J •* 9h "'
Am DM Tel of N J ..-v J 4 43 51
An Coal Products Q-J 6 9.5 P.
American Press w J*Ei « ft" i<* ,
American Thread pf J«J R 4% 3'%
Am Type Found deb ...XaXMI 6 100 —
4, m tv Found stw...M*Nl9S9 « i^* '.'"' '
Am Tyr«? Founiers J&J * ■ a
Am Type Founders pf.-Q-J 7 JW 9»
lUtbcock & WUCOX Q-J 7 9S 101
Bare*? * Smith P? ■ . — &•'> J«
Borden's Coad Milk. .. .FAAEi — 112 114
Borden-a Cond Milk pf.-C-M ■ '' v - 103
Rush Terminal com — S* *♦
Central Flrpworks — 5 *•
Central Fireworks pf... — l'» ■"• '
Conn Rv « UsM Q-F 4 7* ::- *
Celluloid ..-QJAKt 8 SB 127
E 1 .',l pde Nemours.- Q-M I Ml H*
Eldu;■ de Xem pi ■ • Q-J 5 *" v "
Empire Steel & Iron — 2 2
Empire Steel ft Iron pf. — - — «■• •*>
Hall Signal comn-.on — 4O 4.%
Herrlaar-Hall Mar. in ... — ■ SO ♦"
Trternational >iickel International
• • ulcnal Nik.-i pf.Q-F • « M
International Silver ■ -• W* —
International Silver pf..QJ ♦ '"- *■*
Kirby l-umfcer - - — »0 15
Klrby Lumber pf — ■ 4^
Kings Co El L ■ r....Q-M « 123 127
Nat Cash Register n*-- ■ : * i " »" --
NlJ#^B*ment-P Q-M A W ' ■'*
Nlles-Pement-P pf Q-F « v>« 103
Otis Elevator A«O 2 50 M
Otis Elevator pf Q-J « OS 3" - »
Old Dominion S 8 JAJ * MO Ml
Paclflo (las & Fl • — S2 •''•''
Pacific Ca.' i T.I pf Q-J 6 ■ Pi
Phe!?s. D 4 Co — 19» 21<>
Pope Mam:t'acturir!g — • **>
Vcp* Mfsr pf :iiT —iS *'
Producer," Oil Q-M * 1««» !♦*
I'ratt *; Whitney pf Q-F * I'>» lC*->
Royal Hak Powder Q-M4ExS 19» 2->>
Roys Bak Powder pf..Q-M « Hv. ']•
fafetv CH & I Q-MiEx S 122 YM
Sen Sen CM«M — — — 13 *
Standard Courier — *5 —
standard Mi'.ltnsc '• ■ — 10 ■?
- ••• -,-.1 Milltag Co pf. a* 1 " 1 S 4«> »•
Texa* Company Q^M 12 135 lo>.
Texa* & PacitV Coal Scrip « 10» 1■»
Trenton Potteries ... — 4 '
Trenton Potteries pf . . . — — •»> *J
Trenton Pet fndg ctfa..J«J ♦ «■> •<>
Trow directory — -' »
I'M. n f^^::::::::::^- "i g *f }
Union Typewriter I*l pi UO ' — Mi 4 :
I'nion Typewriter Ist pf. v.v.. r m XX3
rnlon Typewriter 2d pf.A.vO . 10* 113
United Bash Note « -J • JO «
!T. ■-: Bank Note pt...Q J 5:2? .
IT S Finishing com »-J • sn IK
IT s Fuiwhin* pf QJ » >°' •'»
,- s Kln i, n|t ,, r*j 1919 a kw 1 •-.
V S F!nl»hin« cons MkJ 1921 9 ■ IM
1' < Motor ram — - — ■ *°
'■ 89b|si t>f - a
Virginian RaUway — — 6*
West Faciflc — ' - -« ■;
a.t —
.--• Power fj| " — *-■* "
•Ex dividend 2\i per cent.
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
iFurntshcJ by W. N. Coler ft O»-. No. 43 Oia
street.)
\ raal Interest tv be added.)
Baa.
•4U March. WSO-'tO 11" IWJ*
21 SC^:::::::::::::::« !■*•'
: $ srmV.."."::::::::::::::::E S3
*\.\ Novimber. ISBN |- |>s ,
•4s. May. IJ«T £* *
Us November. Msl •»«■ 9K% : »7 >
t "' November. IJWB 9«% W%i
•3^ November. 19P4 » V.% 8«Ii
|S% May. 1931 UJ^ >s •
r.i--' 1960 >*»S >t>'»
t3S November. 1941 S7 . S
13*, November. l»2-« M !>|'j
|3U* November. 1922 93 WW l t
i'(v - November. 1913 !>4 96 v«,
|3U NWember. 1914 :•»*'.• 97 l k
•«»." November. 1910 10<>\ 10l «■*
•i';uppns Interchangeable. tß?ststered. ?C»»*
puns. |itesUi«red and coupou. l^terting.

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